Crown pneumonia epidemic, is bullish, but behind the growth of performance there is a huge crisis Responsible editor: Wu Xiangyuan Review editor: Du Jinxuan The first day of May is a holiday to honor laborers. The company unexpectedly took a holiday, and the boss sent an email on Thursday night with the subject line "Take a break!" and an exclamation mark on purpose to remind everyone to take a break. May 1st is Friday. Logically speaking, if there are three consecutive days off, colleagues may have started sharing plans for the long weekend a week or two ago, but since the release of the home quarantine policy in mid-March,
What's your weekend" plan?” (Do you have any weekend travel plans?) It has become a taboo topic when asking about salary grades. Because after asking the question, the answer is always silence. I don't know what day of the week it is today, and I can photo color correction services only distinguish between weekends and weekdays by whether there is a video conference to be held. After entering daylight saving time, the day seems to be more long and unbearable. The windows that are still bright at seven or eight in the evening are in sharp contrast with the empty streets.
The sunshine in California seems to be unaware of the epidemic, and it still shines dutifully every day. What running taught me Going for a jog seems to have become part of my routine after the outbreak in California. Say I like running? Not so. But since I can remember, I have been extremely inexperienced in any ball games, and I have kept away from such team sports for a long time. Maybe because of this, I have never been fascinated by any professional ball games, and always feel that I cannot empathize with the so-called team victory. If there are only two sports that I would like to do, it should be running and swimming. In fact, think about running and swimming.